KABC Radio Interview – Raymond Lee Jennings & Jeffrey Ehrlich

KABC radio host, Doug McIntyre interviews Raymond Lee Jennings, a man who spent more than a decade in prison after being wrongfully convicted of murdering a young girl. Also interviewed, Jeffrey Ehrlich, Mr. Jenning’s defense attorney, who explains what went wrong that led to convicting an innocent man, and the legal process involved in the exoneration of Mr. Jennings.

“The Man Who Knew Too Much”

A note on the recent NBC Dateline special on the Ray Jennings case: Dateline did a remarkable job of telling a complex story, which has so far spanned 16 years. They had a lot of ground to cover. As a result, they were unable to get into the details of our critique of the prosecution’s case against Ray. We hope that viewers of the program understand that there is much, much more evidence that demonstrates that Ray is innocent than what was presented on the show. We are optimistic that all the information will be made public by early 2017. When it is made public Michelle O’Keefe’s murder will remain a tragedy; but it will not remain a mystery.

#RepayRay Social Campaign Launched to Help Ray Jennings Rebuild His Life

PRESS RELEASE The Ehrlich Law Firm 16130 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 610 Encino, CA 91436 Website: www.ehrlichfirm.com Phone: (818) 905-3970 Fax: (818) 905-3975 July 1, 2016:  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Social-media campaign raises thousands for wrongfully convicted Iraq-war vet Los Angeles, CA – When Sergeant Ray Jennings came home from Iraq in 2005, he was arrested at gunpoint and falsely accused of […]

Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office agrees to free Iraq-war vet wrongfully convicted of murder

Los Angeles, CA – The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office today accepted the recommendation of its newly-created Conviction Review Unit (CRU) and has agreed to ask a court to release Raymond Jennings, who was convicted of murdering 18-year old Michelle O’Keefe in a Palmdale, California parking lot on February 22, 2000.

Jennings’ attorney, Jeffrey I. Ehrlich of the Ehrlich Law Firm in Encino, California, first requested that the CRU vacate Jennings’ conviction in October 2015. In April 2016, the CRU agreed to re-open the investigation of the O’Keefe murder, and is now actively pursuing a murder investigation focusing on new suspects.